1. Passing Pain in a Tooth and Recognizing the Warning Signal that It Is

    You’re tough. You can deal with a little pain. You have had migraine headaches that lasted for days and have passed on taking aspirin or some other pain relief. You smashed your finger with a hammer or cracked your shins on the coffee table and barely uttered much more than a gasp of air from your lips. You can deal with pain so when you feel a little bit in a tooth or in some point within your …Read More

  2. Tooth Pain Could Mean So Many Things, and the Remedies Are Better than Suffering

    Many people don’t realize this, but when you experience any type of internal pain, it might not be coming from the place where you feel it. The human body is an incredible specimen and the mind has an interesting way of attempting to protect it. You may have a problem with your appendix, but feel the pain it’s causing closer to your stomach. Heart issues may manifest themselves in the neck, sh…Read More

  3. 4 Benefits of Sedation Dentistry and What It Means

    If you were to ask 100 people why they may avoid going to the dentist, you may end up with 100 different reasons, or excuses. One of the most common has to do with anxiety, fear or pain, and not wanting to deal with the work while awake. Sedation dentistry has become an integral part of many dental offices. It has also helped millions of people around the world actually get the work they need done…Read More